U.S. attorney General will testify at the «Russian case»

U.S. attorney General will testify at the «Russian case»

Today the attorney General and Minister of justice Jeff sessions will deliver testimony at a public meeting in the U.S. Senate, which is investigating possible RF interference in the American elections.
A source told ABC News what it takes (and what not) to expect from readings and Roman sessions.

Recall that in March, sessions was excluded from a Federal investigation about the contacts of the election headquarters trump with Russia, admitting that last year twice met with the Russian Ambassador in the United States. At the hearing, which approved his candidacy, former Senator claimed that he met with representatives of Russia during the election campaign.

Meeting with Sergei Kislyak

It is assumed that the sessions ready to talk about the fact that the Mayflower wasn’t «third meeting» with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. According to and Roman sessions, the day in April he was indeed in this Department, but the Russians were not met and did not speak.
In addition, sessions will have to explain his initial words that he never met with Russian representatives during the election campaign of 2016. Yet his words are considered perjury.

Democratic Senator Jack reed said he wants to know whether and Roman sessions during the pre-election campaign meetings with Russian officials in addition to those reported.

What he did not say

The attorney General, not expected to answer questions about private conversations with President Donald trump, especially on the subject of the dismissal of the former Director of the FBI James Komi.
Recall that last week before the same Committee made the former head of the FBI, James Comey, who spoke about how President trump tried to convince him to close the investigation against his former national security adviser Michael Flynn.